Slumping is the bending or shaping of glass into or over a mold in a kiln. This basic kiln-glass method can be used to create plates, vessels, and a variety of forms. In this class you will be guided and inspired as you explore the possibilities during hands-on studio time. Working from a collection of samples, you will use varied approaches to complete a well-unified table setting consisting of a plate, a bowl, and an accessory, such as a tray. Topics for discussion include firing schedules for different mold profiles, alternative slumping-mold materials, and unconventional slumping methods. Prerequisites: First Glass Fusing Class or Introduction to Fusing and Slumping.
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SKU CLB116-0003 Title A Sophisticated Setting: Slumping Survey Topic No Location Bay Area Instructor Jennica Petersen